After a lifetime of writing about famous rock stars, Larry “Ratso” Sloman releases his own album and records a tribute to Nick Cave’s son.
Donald Hall, America’s Poet Laureate and winner of the National Medal of Arts, lives in the fragile space between loneliness and solitude. Published by the Atlantic.
A handful of inmates weather the slow passage of time with candid reflections on drug addiction.
A short documentary about a quirky Brooklyn bookstore that has been an enigmatic but beloved neighborhood fixture for the last three decades. Published by the New Yorker.
A short documentary about the prodigious talent and irrepressible spirit of a musically precocious 12 year old blind boy who plays the piano.
After serving time in a New Hampshire jail, a freed inmate faces the pull of addiction. Published on New York Times Op-Docs.
A PEACEFUL PLACE (IN PRODUCTION)
A Marine Corps veteran struggles with PTSD and the US judicial system. A Tribeca If/Then Shorts Finalist.
A Ugandan couple struggle to get pregnant and save their marriage. Published by the Atlantic.
An unfinished look at Poland’s first openly gay politician who aspires to be the country’s president. Published on VOD.PL (Poland only).
Uganda’s most unusual boxer steps into the ring one more time.